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Object Statement Violin mute, part of collection of violin making tools, metal, unknown maker, unknown place, unknown date. A shorter, condensed version might have worked better.
Three stars. The first thing I noticed when I first heard this album was its variety Arjen Lucassen has not a clear style in his mind, he just picks a lot of influences and styles, and he mixes it all in a good way.
Here we can find some extreme metal passages, neo-progressive, folk, hard rock, electronic influences And of course, the style of the song depends of the singer who appears in it. And this is just the best thing this album has, the incredible group of singers we have here. This is a wet dream for every prog-metal lover!
The instrumental work is also great Arjen's keyboard and guitar work was really hard, and the good results are here. Ed Warby is also efficent in the drumkint, but not spectacular, while contributions like Martin Orford and Ken Hensley on keys are really well received. Ok, but the album has its flaws In two discs it's difficult not to find some not so good tracks, and The Human Equation is any exception. Some parts of the albums are not so great, and it makes the hearing of the album a little dull sometimes, while you desire the next great track comes.
It's a pity Longer doesn't means better sometimes. Best songs: Isolation great opening, good keyboard soloPain the best track of the album, with an incredible chorus courtesy of Devin Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled Devon Graves is outstading here Conclusion: Arjen Lucassen deserves all my respect for this great work He put his soul and a lot of hard efforth making this album, and the results are great.
Not perfect, with some less inspired tracks, but still worth a good listening. If you are into prog-metal, this is a good choice, but beware of its variety And of course, if you are interested in hearing some of the best metal singers today, this is the perfect album. The story is about the narrator, referred to as Me portrayed by James LaBrie of Dream Theaterwho lies in a coma in a hospital bed after experiencing an automobile accident.
Each song on the album is a day during the coma, with the 20th day being the day Me awakens from the coma. Each song deals with the pains, hopes, struggles, and betrayals of Me's life which is played out in his mind while in this comatose state.
Often multiple emotions duel against each other in Me's mind. It's quite a complex Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitledbut not complex enough to fly over my head. There are nine other characters that are involved, some being emotions, others actual people in Me's life.
The concept is quite ingenious and very original. Indeed, a fascinating cast of vocalists. The music is more heavier than on Into the Electric Castle and also is more acoustic than other Ayreon releases.
A number of guest musicians performed on violins, cellos, various flutes, panpipes, recorders, bassoons, and even a didgeridoo. The music is more tighter than on prior releases and has a more overt theme present. Definitely a masterpiece to my ears and a much needed improvement over Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled haphazard Universal Migrator.
One of the best releases of the new millennium. Easily worth five Water Under The Bridge - Mathilde Santing - Water Under The Bridge. After reading the reviews on ProgArchives, and watching some of the clips online here, I was drawn to this album and how grateful I am to be introduced to it.
In a word this is masterful! Every moment, every track, every conceptual idea that permeates this album is a tour de force of progressive conceptual brilliance. Arjen has pulled together some of the best artists to present a jigsaw puzzle of emotions and Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled of the mind of one who is in a coma due to a horrific accident. The story is so solid and potent it would be criminal to release too much of it here.
Suffice it to say, it is powerful and unforgettable. In every track Ganglåt Från Elvdal - Arne Domnerus Sekstett* - Ja, Vi Älskar are presented with a day in the coma of the victim - what is going on in his mind? What Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled he hearing?
All his regrets, bitterness, lost hopes, longings for love and life are captured beautifully in these tracks. All styles of To Be Free (Futureshock Vocal Mix - Emiliana Torrini - To Be Free are also presented from symphonic, eclectic to manic prog metal and even a touch of foreign sounding prog Loser.
The album presented in 2 CDs is a chronological perspective of a mind that has been clouded by remorse and tragic circumstances, so we, as a listener, are drawn into this world and it can become an overwhelming experience if we allow it. For example on CD1in the emotive 'Love' we hear about his deepest desires and we feel for him; In 'Pain' we hear how he has been betrayed, In 'Childhood' we hear of his torment at school. Irene Jansen as HubbleBubble - John McBain - The In-flight Feature (Deluxe Edition) does a great vocal on the album too, usually in 2 harmonies - very Gothic and sinister.
The booklet is wonderfully produced and tells a story itself in simple pictograms and artistry. Its simply great! We find out the truth and why The concept is strong and the vocals are delivered par excellence. James LaBrie is sensational as 'Me' and special mention to Arjen for his role. This album could easily be made into a movie length DVD - the thing runs for a whopping Did I mention the music?
It is as dynamic as you are likely to hear - scintillating keyboards and Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled guitar solos throughout, backed by pounding drums with varying time signatures. Don't take my word for it, buy it and see for yourself - this album is the best album of and will go down in history as a bonafide prog masterpiece. If there's one thing I'm always a sucker for it's really good prog metal. If there's another thing I always fall for but am sometimes disappointed by it's a good concept album with a solid story that somehow doesn't take away from the music itself.
If there's one thing the world of prog metal is known for it's albums that go way over the top, and Arjen Anthony Lucassen is one of the guys who likes to do just that. His spaced out Deja-Voodoo - Crystal Ball - Deja Voodoo of adventure have brought us through Electric Castles, through the minds of people all throughout time, and even to the beginning of the known universe.
His space operas have appealed to many, but it's always been a very specific audience. With The Human Equation Arjen takes a turn down an unfamiliar road and goes instead for people, emotions and the human psyche. A dramatic twist indeed. Somehow, this combined with the familiar Aryeon sonic attack makes for Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled drop-dead perfect progressive metal album.
One of the biggest draws to the album has to be the story. Although Arjen has done some crazy stuff before this one has to take the cake. There's no apocalypse and no castle halls, in fact, the story takes place entirely in one room well, and in one guy's head, but that's beside the point.
The characters each have their own voices again, much like The Electric Castle but this time they're playing a different breed of character. The story takes place over 20 days and each day is a separate song, making for a very interesting mixture. I won't get too much into the story itself, because that's what listening to the album is for. All the songs Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled well in tandem with one another, some act as pieces to a whole while others are meant to stand out on their own.
Ironically, some of the best songs on the album are the shorter ones ironic because we're talking prog here. None of the songs are over 9-minutes, true, but it's some of the truly quick ones that really take the cake. Take for example the instrumental Playground - a beautiful tune led by flute that lasts for a merebut feels like a lot longer in a good wayor the quirky Loser with it's didgeridoo opening and interesting vocal lines an Alice Cooper impression by Mike Baker.
Somehow, everything about this album just works. If you like progressive metal in any way, shape or form you'll find yourself loving this one. It may take a few listens to really let the music sink in, but what double album doesn't. Eventually you'll find yourself on the edge of your seat when me speaks for the first time in the real world and says to his best friend ''Listen well to what I have to say, I have to tell you Very much worth many, many repeated listens, this is undoubtedly the ultimate Ayreon project to date, anyways.
A wonderful album for as I've said many times already anyone who likes Prog metal in any way. Disc one is the best example of what I mean.
There is one outstanding track on here being the second: Isolation. The rest is too vocal for me. And then I emphasize "for me". Because I do understand why many consider this a masterpiece. But I'm not a fan of this kind of albums. Lucassen wrote this mainly for vocalists which is not always the case with his albums. But anyway, this explains my love for Isolation, the most instrumental track of Disc 1. Disc 2 is the better of the two, at least for my taste.
Again this is no coincidence because on several tracks there is enough attention for instrumental music. Loser and Pride are the ultimate highlights for me, also of the entire double album. Where Pride is concerned: this track is very much "Into the Electric Castle" style and this happens to be my favorite Ayreon album. But the rest spoils much of the fun for me. In Arjen's discography this magnum opus takes in a modest place if I have to make my personal ranking list.
I can remember the first time I listened to 'The Human Equation. Reading about a band called Ayreon, my interest was suddenly peaked. A band Da Symphony (Single Preview) - Raptile - Mozez used elements from a multitude of different John Barry - The Classic John Barry I had to check it out.
My first taste of Ayreon was through 'The Human Equation. There are elements from folk, classical, electronic, gothic, avant-garde and metal, laid atop a heavy progressive backdrop. This album Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled incredibly ambitious.
Harkening back Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled the night first listening to 'The Human Equation' in full, I was addicted. It was the musical equivalent of Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled 'book you can't put down.
The plot Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled you have a cast of characters list, and the lyrics in front of you is relatively easy to follow, considering it's mass complexity and style. In summary, the majority of the 'musical play' takes place inside a man's head during a coma, where he speaks with different emotions; different facets of his character and being. In the real world, his best friend and wife look and watch over him, both with dark secrets of their own.
It's a deeply psychological trip, and would make for an excellent film script, if the opportunity arose. It's a masterpiece of modern prog, and shouldn't be missed! Five stars. This is concept album, that means story in Ayreon's case. He has a big experience with fantasy theme, maybe sci-fi ones, it's difficult to say. This Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled is Point Vicente - Calexico - Spoke, it's more mundane, earthling story.
Something which can happen Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled any of us, but obviouslythere are things which are little bit out of normal, it's so called paranormal. Day 1, Vigil - Little bit beeping which first does not make much sense. Nice intro, I like woman vocals here. Then we hear riding car and sound of brakes. But, what is strange, no crash. Brakes are just about to end their effort of saving, but there's no final, stereotype sound. That's nice. Day 2, Isolation - Greets us with for me well known voice.
Great work Arjeen, having so many vocalists here at once. I'll not talk about lyrics, they're clearly to hear. And we all know that we listen to story about man in coma state of mind, after he did he? Which is mystery, maybe he were abducted by aliens and tests were done on him. But accident sounds more real. But voices in his head seems less, don't they? My brother even told that it sounds like "On the Run" by PF.
Quite a, yes. And so on. I could easily continue and write here down all "days" tracksbut I suppose it's not necesssary. You can imagine them by yourself, if you are interested. Well to tell you the truth I did like this album a lot more than the Migrator -albums but there were still a couple of things that didn't work.
On the positive side both the story and the compositions showed me a more mature Lucassen at work here. What I really don't enjoy is the whole role playing where every vocalist plays a part in the story. The whole experience makes me think about opera and I'm still not sure whether or not it actually works on a metal album but I'm quite certain that it didn't work for me here.
I also noticed that I haven't revisited this album for a very long time since my first week after purchasing it. I think that the reason for that is that The Human Equation lacks a centerpiece that I would be looking forward to revisiting.
Well all in all it's a good album that I'm sure fans of Lucassen's work will enjoy but the work doesn't have a genre transcending quality to it that will peak an interest from fans of other progressive rock genres. So it's by no means an excellent addition to any prog rock music collection.
My main grudge with it is the rock-opera styled approach. Throughout the album there are beautiful moments, but more often then not they are ripped apart by Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled intrusions. All vocalists take up their role in this play with enthusiasm and dedication, but the sterile glossy production takes away much of the power.
Added up to the bombastic puzzle of themes and solos, finales, duets, trios, quartets and other sorts of gangs, the big sound of this album is just too much of bang really. It's been a few years since I gave this a spin and initially I had my mouse pointer hovering over the 4 star button, but upon listening to it again, 3 stars sounded more appropriate.
When I first heard this project I felt a lot overwhelmed by the whole concept. Maybe two discs is too much and the amount of guest players and the variation of the music is quite impressive, so maybe this album is not for an outsider or someone who has not "get" prog metal. Once said that, I feel that the album is too much eclectic to be considered as an exclusive "prog metal" album. It has a lot folk-eclectic-heavy prog elements that merges into a complete new thing that sounds great and you can really dive in and enjoy the journey.
But, be prepared, maybe is too much to digest in one sitting. Some people said this is cheesy but I don't agree with that. The story flows with a lot of great singers who develops a different character each and have talks about many existential things.
In some vein, this can be categorized as a "Christian Rock Opera" but in a good way. The music works for the story and the guest player work for the songs.
There's metal themes and some ambience and folk little spaces for the story to breathe more. I won't mention all the Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled players because they are a complete army. I'm happy with the participation of James Labrie from Dream Theater who is the key roll in the story, but all the characters made a great work in their each part.
I think the creativity is evident. Having violins, cellos, flutes aside of keyboards, mellotrons, hammonds, heavy guitars and some growling vocals, you have to be very good to merge all that in a good form. So, I won't detail each song because it will take too much time. My advise is that you come and try this album only if you are already familiarized with long themes and epics.
If you like prog metal, you HAVE to hear this. If you like folk and prog rock in general, you can give it a try. A masterpiece, maybe, but for the doubts I will leave it in four stars. Sometimes I feel exhausted when I end the album? This is an album that any prog fan needs to listen to before they die. Just wow. I just listened to this album 4 times, but that's enough to realize that this is a masterpiece. The Human Equation is for sure Ayreon's Lucassen most ambitious and fine album, and for sure one of the best progressive metal albums ever,and it would even in my opinion go down in prog history.
The Human Equation is long concept album divided in twenty songs, also called "Days", and two cds. Lucassen, Ayreon's mastermind, invited for this album a huge amount of famous and excellent guests including James Labrie, Mikael Akerfeldt, Devin Townsend, Devon Graves, and many others, including a minor but excellent role performed by Shadow Gallery's singer Mike Baker. The story is focused on a man "Me", portrayed by James Labriewho just came into a deep coma, where he is sorrounded in his mind by all his inner feelings Love, Fear, Pride, Agony, Rage, Reason, Passion that force him to think about his previous life and how he got into the coma.
Meanwhile his best friend, portrayed by Lucassen himself, and me's wife, portrayed by an excellent Marcela Bovio, are next to him in the hospital bed, feeling guilty for what happened, since they think it is in part their fault.
The twenty days flow perfectly, and each song is a prog metal gem, with a massive use of different instruments the digeridoo in day sixteen is unbelievable and moods: in John Huisman En Zijn Wonderaccordeon* - Wonderaccordeon, many times it isn't metal at all. The first cd is my favorite: songs like "Isolation", "Pain", "Childhood", "School", and "Love", have completely changed my way of appreciating and listening to music.
But the second Cd isn't at a lower level: even here some songs are unforgettable, like the last two, "Disclosure" and "Confrontation", or the great and provocative "Loser". Anyway, each song shines in it's own way, so this album can really be considered perfect, with maybe a few weak moments, but its still an essential release Haunted Heart - Joe Magnarelli - Persistence any prog metal fan.
One warning sign that I've read in numerous reviews is that way too many of the 5 star ratings involve a statement such as "I've only listened to this times, but that's all I need to know that it's a masterpiece.
Don't get me wrong--I have nothing against this album: I just don't see it as a masterpiece in any way. There certainly is a place in prog for overblown, pompous, even comically ridiculous projects, and that's where Human Equation fits in my book. However, the music is too often limited by the vocals, as guitar solos are thrown Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled more because that's where they are expected to go rather than based on any higher direction regarding the musical impact.
I appreciate the addition of other musical genres, such as the Irish-jig section, but they are mostly Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled the generic, familiar, and less progressive sense. Most importantly, nearly throughout this album, I'm continually trying to push the tempo in my head I suppose that may be important if you want to emphasize extended vocal wailings, but in my opinion it really draws things out much longer than necessary.
Overall a well-produced, somewhat creative, utterly overblown, and definitely overlong album. It appears there will always be a place in prog for these projects, but certainly not always in my collection. Phideaux might be my favourite on here with the song "Hope". It's just a refreshing section after all that has gone on before. I like the synths too that come and go. The end of the final tune is great with those passionate vocals that start before 6 minutes.
Obviously i'm in the minority here with Kodachrome / Maybelline - Simon & Garfunkel - The Concert In Central Park 3 stars but consider that this is a project that just doesn't do it for me.
Of interest is the fact that Devin Townsend wrote the lyrics for "Rage" on three different tracks while Heather Findlay wrote the lyrics for "Love" on one song Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled Devon Graves wrote the lyrics for "Agony" on one track.
Arjen wrote the rest. The concept is about a man in coma after a car crash and his emerging back to life while the relevant persons of his life go to see him in the hospital. The story is quite complicated as the things will be revealed very different from what they initially Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled.
More complex than any Roger Waters' nightmare. Each character has its Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled voice, as often happens with Ayreon and in general all the projects involving Arjen Lucassen, and there are many remarkable guests: just look to the lineup on the top of the album's page here on PA.
One for all the former Mostly Autumn vocalist Heather Findlay but also Michael Akerfeldt, James LaBrie between the many and even a keyboardist like Oliver Wakeman who interprets a solo on "Day Sixteen: Loser" with a surprising Emerson's style, despite to his family name. The album was reissued in November as part of a platinum editionalong with an extended play of new songs, and has sold over 8 million copies worldwide.
Part of the album was promoted on The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour during the legs. Sasha Fiercespending weeks on the chart as of Weekends off. You could go and jump in the pool and ride bikes The album's opening track " Pretty Hurts ", co-written by Sia, was completed during these sessions. She refused to ignore its potential. At a later meeting, he played her a stream of consciousness rap called "Ghost", which he wrote after an exasperating meeting with a potential record label.
Boots began by composing a melody that reminded him of a hypnotic state, then layering guitar arpeggios to resemble the work of English electronic musician Aphex Twin. While recording in New York City, the previously released "Bow Down" was incorporated into a track that became "Flawless".
When working with Detail and Timbaland on a beat that became "Drunk in Love", she was inspired by what she described as pure enjoyment, as both she and Jay-Z free-styled their verses for the track in the studio. Only four songs were not recorded entirely in New York studios: " Superpower " and LIndifférence - Charles Aznavour - Idiote Je TAime.
(8-Track Cartridge, Album), which were partially recorded in Californiaas well as " No Angel " which was composed in London and "XO" in Berlin and Sydney. She highlighted the immersive experience of Michael Jackson 's Thriller as the principal influence for creating a body of work that "people would hear things differently and [ The videos were filmed between June and November in various countries as the singer traveled on her world tour.
Several videos were intended to demonstrate the album's central theme of "finding the beauty in imperfection". She went on to say, "I Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled finding my sensuality, getting back into my body, being proud of growing up, it was important to me that I expressed that I know that there are so many women who feel the same way". The album adopts unconventional song structure and as Evan Rytlewski of The A. Club notes, many songs "[emphasize] moody, shifting beats and drawn-out vibe sessions" and are left to Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled unfurl.
Several critics noted the album's extensive exploration of sexuality. Much like her previous albums, the record is feministwith greater exploration of gender issues and conflated with "an unwavering look at black female sexual agency.
It opens with the earlier released "Bow Down", before seguing into an excerpt of a speech by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on the socialization of girls. Other songs allude to darker themes of fear and personal insecurities. And all of those things I feel happy to express". Over three months he considered over a hundred options, only to proceed with his very first idea. He used a font similar to placards used You Know Me - Celly Cel - Deep Conversation boxing matches to represent abrasive masculinity, which was contrasted by the greyish-pink font which he described as "a subversion of femininity".
The singer commented that she was "bored" of her music being marketed as it had been done previously, and wanted its release to be a different experience for her fans. As soon as the album became exclusively available to iTunes Stores, Sony Music handed down an edict that forbade retailers to put the album up for pre-orderas to further protect the exclusivity with the iTunes Store.
According to a Target spokesperson, the store was only interested in retailing albums which were released digitally and physically simultaneously.
Carter Show World Tour in December Carter Show World Tour. There was no radio promotion, no single, no advance press of any kind". After the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry IFPI announced Friday as the global record release day, Billboard ' s Andrew Flanagan thought the album release was among the influencing points in the decision, writing: "After seven months of semi-public back-and-forth, a conversation instigated in Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled by Aussie piracy and Beyonce's surprise release in December has resulted in the global recording industry accepting Friday as the release date for new albums.
She Tension Links Set 1 (Solo Violin) - Unknown Artist - Untitled a better one. Today she sits at the head of the boardroom table at Parkwood Entertainment. In December, she took the world by surprise when she released a new album, complete with videos, and announced it on Facebook and Instagram. Accompanying the release of "XO", the other lead single " Drunk in Love " was serviced to urban contemporary radio stations in the United States on December 17, Its remix, featuring Nicki Minajwas released on August 12, At Metacriticwhich assigns a weighted mean rating out of to reviews from mainstream publications, the album received a high score of 85, based on 34 reviews.
The album's exploration of sexuality was particularly well received by reviewers. The New York Times ' chief critic Jon Pareles described the tracks as "steamy and sleek, full of erotic exploits and sultry vocals" noting that "every so often, for variety, they turn vulnerable, compassionate or pro-feminist". He was particularly complimentary of the vocal restraint displayed across the tracks that was absent from previous releases. The lyric "I woke up like this" from "Flawless" has entered popular culture.
The phrase inspired a viral trend "in which the subject takes a selfie right after they wake up". Van Tofler, president and CEO of Viacomnoted that their choice for the Vanguard Award was influenced by this project, saying, "when [she] put out the record and the way she did it in such a visual way, she was the most obvious choice".
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On December 16, Apple Inc. The album entered the Canadian Albums Chart at number one, with 35, digital copies sold. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Parkwood Columbia. I miss that immersive experience, now people only listen to a few seconds of song on their iPods and they don't really invest in the whole experience.
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